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  • Actors: Paula Abdul, Skyler Shaye, Janel Parrish, Logan Browning, Nathalia Ramos
  • Directors: Sean McNamara
  • Writers: Adam De La Peña, David Eilenberg, Susan Estelle Jansen
  • Producers: Avi Arad, Benedict Carver, Eric M. Breiman, Isaac Larian
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Widescreen, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Closed-captioned
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: November 27, 2007
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000WOSAYC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,850 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Bratz (Widescreen Edition)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 7 Deleted Scenes
  • 2 Music Videos
  • 12 Featurettes Including "Discovering the Bratz," "A Passion for Fashion," "The Music of BRATZ," "Behind the Scenes," and More!
  • Director's Commentary

Editorial Reviews

Yasmin, Cloe, Sasha, and Jade's friendship and fashion come to life in this film. Extras include 6 deleted scenes, bloopers/outtakes, 2 music videos, making of the music video featurette, 11 featurettes, and more.

Customer Reviews

This movie really couldn't get any worse.
E. A. Engebrecht
Suprisingly good. this movie was actually entertaining for kids and adults alike. i thought it was pretty good.
David
Kids loved the movie in the theater so now they can watch it over and over!
So many books, so little time

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By thejoelmeister on November 28, 2007
Format: DVD
There is a pressure on filmmakers when it comes to turning an extremely lucrative toy franchise into a feature film. Sometimes filmmakers have it easy, especially when the topic is giant fighting robots that already have a mythos attached. Other times the demands are too much, case in point Batman and Robin, a film in which Joel Schumacher admits that the merchandising seemingly drove the entire narrative. One has to give director Sean McNamara credit for finding the story in Bratz, the new feature film based off a line of sexually suggestive, ghetto Barbie dolls.

While most adults will likely approach Bratz as nothing more than mind rotting fluff, McNamara manages to tackle some deeply entrenched high school quandaries, namely cliques and their destructive nature on friendships. Moving from their computer animated, straight to video releases to a live action, big screen adventure, The Bratz are tackling their biggest challenge yet: the angst ridden days of high school.

Controlled by the long arm of the Principal's spoiled daughter, Meredith, the queen bee is determined to maintain her powerful status by keeping the school populace segregated into cliques. At first the "Best Friends Forever" fights Meredith's stronghold, but as each member of the Bratz posse discovers their own unique talents, they are quickly pulled into separate factions. Before it's too late though, a fateful mistake by Meredith reunites the girls, joining them together to take down the student body president's tyrannical rule.

Reminiscent of many late eighties' films aimed at children, Bratz is epic in scale, spanning three years of the girls' high school careers, but underneath all the shopping, singing and dancing there are actually powerful messages.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Janice Garris on April 18, 2013
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It was good. I like the movie but I got it for my grand daughter and she seems to like it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Brandi on March 18, 2013
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This movie was bought for my daughter. She has enjoyed it very much and has watched it almost every day.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Melanie Stepp Lane on July 19, 2011
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When I first heard of this movie I mentally checked it off as a piece of ridiculous fluff. How could the smexy, sultry, trashy, obsessed-with-bling plastic dolls who have long been rivals of Barbie produce anything worth watching? But after reading a review on Plugged In Online, I decided to give the Bratz a shot. And now I'm so glad I did!
While much of the movie is cotton candy, there's some meat to it as well. Wonderful lessons are taught--such as standing up for yourself without trashing your opressor, forgivness, friendship, selflessness, willing to do what's hard for a good cause, respect for your elders...I could go on. Unlike in so many teen movies and tween sitcoms you find on Disney or Nickelodeon, the girls all have great respect for their parents and have loving relationships with them. Cloe tells a room full of people that her mom, who selflessly and tirelessly works to provide for her daughter, is her hero. The teachers at school are not shown as clueless--apart from the principal, who is Meredith's father...but he also cares for his children and tries to encourage them. Cherish, Meredith's sister, says to him "You're a good Dad." A boy defends Jade's honor when another makes a rude comment. The main characters make mistakes and admit them, then apologize. The things that usually embarrass teenagers and tweens (being driven in Mom's car, being a 'nerd', making your own clothes, working and going against the flow) are embraced and glorified. A particularly memorable moment is when, amid the backlight and fog and dramatic music, the girls pull up to an event and step out in slow motion--from Cloe's mom's minivan. Absolutely pricless.
The language amounts to about 5-6 usages of God's name, but no more.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By koolkat on September 17, 2007
I thought it was pretty good compared to some of those other stupid movies that came out this year like Knocked UP. I thought it was better than High School Musical! It was not as flimsy as I thought it would be and it had the Bratz in real-life situations and with interesting personalities. If you love the Bratz, I would say get this. It isn't overrated. It sisn't show any cleavage and it was enjoyable for all audiences. I can't think of a movie that would do better. This was definitely better than the Spongebob movie I wasted my money on!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Meesha on April 28, 2008
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I'm a decade too late for the Bratz dolls. When I was a little girl, I was stuck with Barbie/Sindy (the latter being the boring one), and very thrilling they were indeed. They were all blonde. I was brunette. I wanted to be Barbie, and have Ken (even though he had nothing in the pants area to interest me, some realism please). I grew out of Barbies quite quickly, and then, in my twenties, I got into Bratz. I only own four, but they're the best ones. Not only are the Bratz in a far superior world to Barbie, they have different colours of hair, which is a must for me.

So along comes the Bratz movie, and I got it for my birthday (after being teased something rotten for wanting it). When I got round to watch it, I found myself lost in a world of high school, cheerleaders, and friends. Within the first half an hour, the Bratz girls (Cloe, Jade, Sasha, and Yasmin) have gone to high school, joined their separate cliques, and lost each other's friendship. This bit almost had me in tears, as they grew apart really quickly. But only to meet up again after two years, and wonder why they threw away their friendship.

My favourite Bratz doll was always Jade. I loved the black hair. So it seems to be that my favourite Bratz girl in the move was Jade (played by Janel Parrish), with the kooky dress sense, blue hair extensions, wicked clothes, and wicked all over. I loved Yasmin (Nathalia Ramos) as well, I wasn't so keen on Cloe (Skyler Shaye) however, she just didn't seem to have a big part in the movie. And Sasha's (Logan Browning) storyline was really predictable.

If it hadn't have been for films such as High School Musical, Sisterhood Of The Travelling Pants, Mean Girls and many others, I doubt Bratz would have even got the green light.
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